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Koi Kaze, Vol. 3: The Decision (2005)

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4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)

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  • Format: Animated, Color, Dolby, Subtitled, Widescreen, NTSC
  • Language: English, Japanese
  • Subtitles: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.77:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: Geneon [Pioneer]
  • DVD Release Date: July 26, 2005
  • Run Time: 100 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0008191VU
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #312,685 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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The finale of the definitive conflicted love story.

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4.0 out of 5 stars Decision Indeed... February 4, 2006
I've watched this series in its entirety four times and I'm still trying to find a way to react to it... Maybe I can describe it as a disturbing masterpiece.

There are millions of ways that this series could have easily and foolishly ended. But what we got was the most honest result of the situation. We weren't deliverd a "wait for the OVA" cliffhanger. There was no "Haha! Just kidding! They weren't actually related!" moment. What we get as an audience is "This is what happened, now deal with it." The final episodes mark a firm punctuation at the end of a masterfully paced story. The few loose ends are so well placed that I myself don't care about what I haven't yet learned. After each viewing I'll be spending weeks pondering what it all meant. Why all of the focus on the signs? Why the focus on smalltalk? What kind of symbolism is trying to come across?

For me, that is what a great story is supposed to do. Good storytelling delivers the audience to a world away from their own and, for the scope of the story, allows the audience to spectate for a while. Great storytelling infuses itself in the observer's mind, affecting one's thoughts long after the story itself comes to a close. Technically, Koi Kaze is 325 minutes of an odd love story depicted by simple Japanese Animation. For me, it has been months of pondering, soul searching, love, loathing, joy, and pain. Any time I've watched or re-watched an episode, I've experienced new joys and chills from different scenes.

Koi Kaze has been an intense diversion from normal for me. I usually stay with simple romance-comedies or other up-beat type stories. Once in a while I lean toward the scary or bizarre but this series sways into the bizarre with a seriousness unfound in any context.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful
What else can I say?

I wish I could take back one of the stars I gave the previous volume so that I could set this volume farther apart! It was THAT GOOD.

I really didn't know where they could go with this after the end of the second volume. With Koshiro moving out, I thought that maybe he really would keep his relationship with Nanoka as purely siblings (especially with the way he kept torturing himself over the "self-love" episode). And I'm sure I'm not the only one who shed a few tears when he broke down in the alley in front of Chidori. What a perfect moment in the story. The seiyuu for Koshiro expressed such pain, such desolation. (I should have mentioned earlier that I have been watching this whole thing in Japanese. I think I'll check out the English Dub this weekend.) I sat there thinking "Well, this is definitely rock bottom for him. It just can't get any worse."

But, although I feel that we the viewer got a GREAT sense of Koshiro's feelings throughout this entire anime, I end this series feeling like I never really got to know Nanoka. Even though there was that little bit in the previous volume where she got all flushed on the train while Koshiro was standing close to her; that seemed like it kind of came out of nowhere to me. I know she wasn't interested in other guys and she did have a serious brother complex. But it would seem natural that she would be attached to the older brother that she had not seen for umpteen years. And I didn't at all understand why her brother hugging her was such a huge issue that she didn't want to come home. (Or was it that she was more upset about his reaction to her declaration of love?
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Touching, tearful, = a true masterpiece... December 25, 2008
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This review is actually very overdue, I got this in August (its now Christmas Eve...) but I finally have time to wrap up some reviews.

As I've said last time, the ending of the last vol. makes us want to watch the last one ASAP. Koshiro realizes he is hazard to her just by living with her and also knows that he, no matter what, can think of her only as a sister and nothing else. He quickly moves out, surprising his father (who has noooo idea...) and deeply saddens Nanoka, but grudgingly accepts the promise. I myself was proud of Koshiro, for finally moving out, but I knew Nanoka would be sad.

Koshiro lives about two months alone, making out a very depressing existence, burdened with gifts reminding him of everything he loves about her. When he recieved his gift, I thought he was going to give up but all he did was cry. I thought it was funny that Chidori assumed that Koshiro was asexual. Heh heh. Though it SUCKS it had to be her to find out the truth... I felt moved by everything!

The 12th episode is really something. I can't find a word for how profound it is... After all this time they come into contact, and Koshiro is scared that all of his progress is for naught. Nanoka is also brave and is careful not to disrupt the mood that gradually makes both of them feel at peace. And who else but Chidori spoils it all by giving Nanoka a reality check demanding that land on earth and realize the immaturity of her situation. I wanted to slap that &%$*@!, but brave Nanoka stood strong and defended her cause. When Koshiro returns all is well, until the final moment... which I won't reveal...

The last episode is a great closer. Basically the ending ep just convinces you that those two will be all right.
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